Vision and Eye Care Patient Information | Blog
Welcome to the Palm Beach Eye Center blog, where our ophthalmology team is excited to share the latest in vision and eye health with patients throughout Lake Worth, Delray Beach, Lakeland, and The Villages, FL. Whether you are seeking details about cataract surgery, dry eyes, general eye health, or other topics, you can find information relevant to your vision needs. Please browse the posts below to explore how advanced eye care can help improve your quality of life.
Will I Still Need Glasses After Refractive Surgery?
The results differ by patient and refractive disorder, but some individuals may still need to use glasses after their refractive surgery.Read
What Should Patients Avoid After Laser Cataract Surgery?
Patients should avoid overtaxing or exposing their eyes to various stressors following their laser cataract surgery.Read
Why do Dry Eyes Feel Worse in the Winter?
Dry eyes feel worse in the winter due to reduced moisture in the air both outside and inside.Read
Meet The Doctor Helping Patients Restore Their Youthful Appearance
Dr. Myers has helped countless people through BOTOX®, dermal fillers, and laser skin resurfacing. Learn about his years of experience and skill here.Read
How Can I Tell if Eye Fluid is Becoming a Problem?
Increased eye fluid causes excess pressure, potentially leading to headaches, eye pain, blurry vision, and other symptoms.Read
Fall is Here, and that Means an Increase in Eye Allergies
Fall is here, along with a rise in eye allergies. Fortunately, we're here to offer you personalized treatment plans in Palm Beach County.Read
What Treatments Can Slow the Progression of Macular Degeneration?
We’re eager to offer you various treatment options for macular degeneration, including supplements, vision aids, and surgical methods.Read
These Symptoms May Indicate Diabetic Retinopathy
The symptoms of diabetic retinopathy include various visual disturbances, so it’s important to know what to watch for.Read
How Can I Tell If I Have a Retinal Pucker?
A retinal pucker causes visual troubles, including wavy, blurry, or fuzzy vision. A professional eye exam is necessary to diagnose this condition.Read
When is it Too Late for Cataract Surgery?
Starting to lose your vision due to cataracts? Fortunately, cataract surgery can help you regain it through a quick, safe, and effective procedure.Read
Can Too Much Screen Time Affect Your Eyes?
Spending too much time in front of a screen can cause eye strain, fatigue, headaches, sleep disturbances, difficulty concentrating, and more.Read
Palm Beach Eye Center Gets High Praise in Voice of the Patient Survey
At Palm Beach Eye Center, we believe in family, and that’s why we provide the very best eye care possible for your entire family.Read
Why Do They Dilate the Eyes Before a Vision Test?
Having your eye dilated during vision tests allows our team to get a better overall view of the back of the eye and its health.Read
Is it Safe to Have Cataract Surgery With Macular Degeneration?
Your treatments will be specifically formulated for your unique needs, though it is generally safe to undergo cataract surgery with macular degeneratiRead
How Can Bell's Palsy Affect Your Eyes And Your Vision
Bell's Palsy may be caused by a viral infection and can cause damage to the eye. It is recommended that you seek treatment from an ophthalmologist.Read
How to Correct Excessive Loose Skin of The Eyelids
If you are not happy with the appearance of your eyelids, let us help you find the solution you are looking for and gain you confidence again!Read
Botox For Cosmetic And Therapeutic Treatment
Are your eyelid spasms interfering with your daily life activities? Are you interested in getting rid of those fine lines and wrinkles? Find out moreRead
What is Entropion or Ectropion?
If your eyelids are causing irritation, excessive tearing or even pain, then you might need an entropion or ectropion examination.Read
The Most Common Vision Issues Caused By Aging
Some ocular conditions are more likely to occur with age, including cataracts, presbyopia, glaucoma, diabetic retinopathy, and dry eye disease.Read
How Can I Prevent Getting Dry Eyes?
You can help control and relieve dry eye syndrome through medication, lifestyle changes, and various ophthalmological procedures.Read
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